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This sandwich is great because you only need to use half a slice of provolone, and the wilted sprouts will fill in the rest!

Add some extra vegetable on the side, and you've got yourself a low calorie, well-balanced meal that's nutritious and healthy.

AND TASTY!!!!

Because if something tastes like crap, what's the point?  Make it tasty or get the fudge out!

After all, the only remedy to a terrible meal is the delicious solace of fudge.  Preferably maple pecan. 

But it's diet season....

Stupid maple pecan fudge...  always calling its siren song....

Step 1: Cheese

Break half a slice of provolone up and distribute pieces evenly across a slice of wholesome bread.

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Congratulations on winning...!! :)
<p>Thank you! And congrats on the baking contest win! :D</p>
<p>thanks a lot..! ;)</p>
<p>This is one of my favorite sandwiches to make! Turkey and sprouts go so well together. :D</p><p>I like subbing the cheese for avocado and adding red onion, too. </p><p>ugggggh so hungry </p>
<p>That sounds great! Stuff it in a pita and call it lunch!</p>
You make things look delicious , combinations I never thought putting together,
<p>It helps to be hungry when coming up with unusual combinations. Of course, during a super hungry moment, I made myself a mashed potato sandwich which isn't really weird in my opinion but people think I'm weird for doing it. :P</p>
<p>Great job!... My stomach begins to growl as I read this....</p>
<p>Thanks!</p>
<p>Yumm! made me hungry! :o</p>
<p>Glad you like it! I devoured it in about 15 seconds after taking the final photos. :P</p>

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